This document template can be edited, and is provided for download in a Microsoft Word Document. Once downloaded you are free to edit, save, print and use the Risk Assessment template within your business for as long as you need it.
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This Laying Tarmac Risk Assessment template will guide you through the important areas to consider in managing the risks associated with laying tarmac.
This Risk Assessment template has been pre-completed by our health and safety specialists to give you a good indication of the hazards associated with the activity, along with the risks and controls you should be thinking about, simply download, edit and print.
Employers are required to carry out risk assessments for activities that may create risks to their workforce, and to reduce the risks as far as is reasonably practicable. Putting in place a suitable and sufficient risk assessment will give you a good idea of the risks your employees are exposed to, the controls currently in place, and further action required to reduce risks to an acceptable level. Combine it with your Method Statement and stand out above your competitors and show your clients you intend to complete the work safely and to a very high standard.
The document template can be edited, and is provided for download in a Microsoft Word Document. After your order is processed, you will be provided with a download link and additionally you will receive a confirmation email with access to your document downloads. Once downloaded you are free to save, print and use the risk assessment template within your business for as long as you need it.
You may use the assessment as it is, in your business, and can add your company name, address, logo and other details in the box at the top of the first page. However, the assessment is provided as a template and you need to check the assessment is suitable for your work process, making any amendments as required to cover the activity as it is carried out within your organisation.